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  • American Airlines won't change its stripes

    American Airlines won't change its stripes
    American Airlines will stick with the red, white and blue stripes on its planes' tails. That was the outcome of a vote by more than 60,000 employees of the world's largest airline. The vote came about because the airline adopted a new logo and color...
  • The Best of Branded Entertainment in 2013

    Branded entertainment gets a bad rep when it's more promotional plug than entertaining distraction. But when it's done well, you get content that connects with consumers in the best way possible -- creating goodwill for a company while selling goods at...
  • Delta website error gives ultra-low air fares to some lucky fliers

    Delta website error gives ultra-low air fares to some lucky fliers
    An error on Delta Air Lines' website produced super low fares Thursday morning before the problem was corrected a couple of hours later. The fares were as much as 90% below regular ticket prices. Delta passengers who took advantage of the mistake said...
  • Passenger traffic at LAX to rise 8% for Christmas holiday

    The holiday travel crowds at Los Angeles International Airport will be even bigger this year, with passenger volume expected to be 8.2% higher than last year, the airport said. From Friday until Jan. 2, 2.6 million passengers are expected to fly in...
  • Delta Air Lines won't allow cellphone calls on planes, CEO says

    Delta Air Lines won't allow cellphone calls on planes, CEO says
    The chief executive of one of America's largest airlines vowed to keep phones silent on flights, despite some rumblings in Washington about lifting the ban on cellphone calls. Delta Air Lines CEO Richard Anderson told his employees Wednesday that the...
  • No cellphone calls on Delta Air Lines, CEO says

    No cellphone calls on Delta Air Lines, CEO says
    A week after a federal agency began the process of lifting the ban on cellphone calls on planes, the chief executive of one of the nation's largest airlines vowed to keep phones silent on his company's flights. The chief executive of Delta Air Lines,...
  • Supreme Court seems unlikely to uphold frequent-flier's suit

    WASHINGTON — Rabbi S. Binyomin Ginsberg of Minneapolis admits being both a frequent flier and a frequent complainer. He flew on Northwest Airlines about 75 times a year, domestically and internationally, earning enough miles to qualify for "Platinum...
  • Delta delays travelers to accommodate Gators basketball team

    Delta Airlines left a group of irritated travelers in the wake of the Gators basektball team on Sunday after mechanical problems grounded the team charter to Connecticut. The Gainesville Sun reported that dozens of people missed their connections...
  • Sony, 20th Century Fox Push Ads Into Tumblr's Mobile Feed

    Sony Pictures and 20th Century Fox are testing sponsored posts in Yahoo's Tumblr mobile apps, as the studios look to drive buzz for upcoming releases with ads placed in a listing of the site's most-popular blogs. The ads will appear in the "Explore"...
  • Southwest Airlines to raise pet fare by $20 in January

    Southwest Airlines to raise pet fare by $20 in January
    The cost of traveling with your pet on Southwest Airlines is increasing by $20 starting in January. The airline announced that the charge to bring your pet in a carrier onto a plane will be $95 each way starting Jan. 15, up from the current fare of $75....
  • Travel books: Hearst had more than a castle

    Travel books: Hearst had more than a castle
    "Hearst Ranch: Family, Land and Legacy" Abrams, $50 You can see it perched high on a hill, palm trees swaying over its red-tiled roof. Hearst Castle has been a favorite tourist spot since newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst's Hearst Corp....